After moving in, they replaced the floors, added radiant heating, and changed the furniture, but people were critical of the transformation. Ms. Ganzarain admitted that the apartment was old and needed upgrades. Some people accused her of controlling her partner and even made threats towards her. The internet term “sad beige” was used on TikTok, to describe a trend that Ms. DeRoche helped popularize. An interior designer mentioned that the trend of neutrals might be ending. Ms. Ganzarain has found some value in the conversations she had with people despite the criticism. Her boyfriend declined to be named, but he humorously weighed in on the situation.
Sick of Beige: TikTok Users Reviewing ‘Sad Beige’ Apartment
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